Low-income Students Seeing Huge Cost Hikes At Some Michigan Universities
Today’s story highlighting the price tag at Michigan’s 15 public
universities kicks off a year-long Bridge series on college
affordability. In an era in which nearly all young people need
some form of post-high school degree or training to secure a
decent, family-supporting income, college costs (and debt) are
higher than ever.
In 2015, Bridge will chronicle the factors that contribute to this crisis, and explore policy solutions that can help Michigan families. At the same time, our co-workers at the Center for Michigan will be engaging residents on the value of a college degree as part of the Center’s focus on state workforce needs. To learn more about this public engagement campaign, visit the Center’s website.